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Beech Tree Trading invests in the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry and actively connects with the wider community to help create a better place for everyone to live and work. Not only do we have a wide variety of skills and interests in our team, we recognize that diversity makes us stronger together.

 

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Our Core Values:

 

Innovation, Creativity & Optimism

 

E-commerce is a constantly changing, fast-moving industry. We are committed to keeping up with trends and keeping our brains and bodies agile and young-at-heart.

 

Integrity, Adaptability & Accountability

 

We don’t know everything and are definitely willing to learn and grow. Our online and local community connections are a valuable lifeline.

 

Continuous Growth & Improvement

 

We brainstorm as a team – we listen to wild and crazy ideas! That’s how some of our most efficient improvements have happened. As a small business, we are able to flex and adapt to changing e-commerce conditions quickly.

 

Open Communication & Transparency

 

Our 5-minute daily huddle keeps us in touch with everyone on the team. We couldn’t do what we do without each and every member of our team. Our open management system is designed in the style that Jack Stack discusses in The Great Game of Business.

 

Fun, Flexible & Balanced Work Space

 

Life is best when you’re spending time doing what you love — we have flexible work spaces and schedules plus beautiful outdoor courtyards to help us stay healthy and happy.

 

“When you are eighty years old, and in a quiet moment of reflection narrating for only yourself the most personal version of your life story, the telling that will be most compact and meaningful will be the series of choices you have made. In the end, we are our choices.” 

— Jeff Bezos, commencement speech at Princeton University, May 30, 2010